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Take a toothpick and carefully clean out any dirt or lint from the headphone jack. If that doesn't work, the headphone jack assembly needs to be replaced.
Not a solution perse, but upgrading to 10.10, solved this for me.
Have you considered trying Sound Siphon or Audio Hijack Pro to control your audio?
This discussion in Apple Support Community may shed some light. First, check to see that Mute is not checked. You may need to reset the system PRAM. Here are the steps: (From Apple Support) If your Mac doesn’t seem to be remembering your speaker volume, display resolution, or the disk it should be using during startup, you may need to reset your ...
Hi Look for a USB Buddy Headset Training Adaptor on Ebay.This will let you use two RJ9 headsets on a single USB on a mac or pc
Short answer: Your selfie stick is pretending to be a set of iPhone headphones and pressing the button on your stick is actually the same as pressing the volume up or down button which captures a photo. You can do the same with normal iPhone headphones, or by pressing the physical button on your iPhone. Detailed answer: Note: +(ve) and -(ve) refers to ...
iOS implements a feature to allow the user to take a photo by pressing the volume up/down button on the earphone remote. The selfie stick simply recreates this button press by shorting out pin 4 (microphone) and pin 3 (ground).
The Internal mic will only disable if headphones with a supported mic are attached to the phone. I would attach an apple link explaining this...but one only exists for Mac!
I had the exact same problem, but I fixed it by plugging in a different pair, to confuse your phone, then switch back. Just borrow a friend's headphones for a sec to do that. Hope it works for you. I just found this out on accident a few minutes ago.
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